That afternoon both the House and the Senate were in session when the mob fought its way past Capitol Police officers and forced their way into the building
Trump Accountability Project: Meet new group seeking to blacklist staff who worked for Trump administration
The Trump Accountability Project, boosted on Twitter by former DNC press secretary Hari Sevugan, is seemingly looking to blacklist those that worked for the outgoing administration
Democrats make it official, nominate Joe Biden as their 2020 presidential nominee to take on Donald Trump
The moment marked a political high point for Biden, who had sought the presidency twice before and is now cemented as the Democrats’ candidate to defeat Trump this fall
The AOC said last Monday it could not assemble a team for 2020 because of complications brought by the coronavirus, the announcement coming quickly after the Canada Olympic and Paralympic committees confirmed they would not send athletes.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Canada, Australia withdraw from summer Games as IOC, organisers ponder postponement
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Japanese government had on Sunday and Monday slightly shifted their position that the Games would start as planned on 24 July, announcing a month-long consultation over other scenarios.
Nancy Pelosi rips up copy of Donald Trump's State of the Union speech after he snubs House Speaker's handshake as impeachment trial nears end
Donald Trump avoided the subject of his impeachment in his pugnacious 80-minute speech, but the scars from the battle were evident with fellow Republicans giving him standing ovations while rival Democrats, for the most part, remained seated.
Video of Democratic freshman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez holding masterclass in US Congress takes Twitter by storm
The video, in which she sought to point out deficiencies in campaign finance, took Twitter by storm. One version of the video has more than 5.2 million views and 9,200 shares.